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  • Chief Executive Officer | Executive search | People consulting | Human resource services | PwC Ireland | Services
    west and beyond It has won global recognition for pioneering ventures in duty free shopping heritage tourism and aviation and since January 2013 the Airport has won several industry awards Shannon Group plc was established in September 2104 and it employs 600 people at peak season with total revenues of 70m Although State owned the Group is funded exclusively through its own resources and receives no income from the Irish Government The Group s five year strategic plan is aimed at continued revenue and profit growth with a focus on innovation and securing a sustainable cost base through efficiencies Shannon Group is now seeking an ambitious Chief Executive who will deliver on the Group s strategic objectives while developing a vision of further growth opportunities in all areas of the business This provides an exciting opportunity for an exceptional candidate to drive progress at a crucial period in the Group s evolution it will require an inspirational leader with the personality exceptional communication influencing and political skills to manage the wide range of stakeholder relationships involved in Shannon Group plc The ideal candidate will have a track record of significant achievement as a leader at CEO or senior management level operating at Group and Board level in a diversified business It is desirable that candidates have previous experience in the aviation sector It will be essential to demonstrate the ability to execute and deliver the Group s five year strategy while articulating a vision for future growth opportunities and the showing the capacity to pursue such new business ventures in a pioneering way This will require proven leadership and strategic management capabilities strong commercial and financial acumen and a track record of driving growth through innovation The Chief Executive Officer will lead and develop the senior management team to drive

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  • Chairperson | Executive search | People consulting | Human resource services | PwC Ireland | Services
    new Board the Group has undertaken a significant strategic review and comprehensive consultation process with the people they support their families their employees and their funders in Ireland and the UK The result is a new five year strategic plan and a new vision mission and values and set of strategic goals that reflect the views of stakeholders and give clear direction for Rehab s future as a sustainable transparent organisation which strives for excellence The Board is now initiating a recruitment process to appoint a new Chairperson following the untimely death in November 2015 of the previous Chairman Sean Egan The new Chair will provide leadership and direction to the Board and ensure that the organisation is managed in a transparent and equitable manner He she will lead Board members in the continued application of best practice corporate governance principles and ensure the Board s effectiveness in decision making and facilitating full participation and open discussion in the Board The Chairperson should have significant experience gained in a senior level position in a large scale organisation and also clearly demonstrating evidence of the following Significant experience at Board level in a large complex organisation and preferably experience as Chair Successful career history at senior executive level in both the public and private sectors Strong financial literacy with experience of stewarding an organisation successfully through significant financial challenges Significant senior leadership experience that demonstrates an ability to chair a Board of an organisation that is engaged in whole scale transformational change The ability to ensure that the Board guides challenges and supports the CEO and executive management team to deliver upon the organisation s 5 year strategic plan whilst holding them to account in doing so Strong influencing and networking capability with Rehab s key stakeholders An objective approach to

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  • Buyers | Executive search | People consulting | Human resource services | PwC Ireland | Services
    for profit Pharmaceuticals and life sciences Public sector Real estate Retail and consumer Services for legal firms Technology Media centre Articles Press releases Publications RSS feeds Careers Experienced careers Student careers Executive search Ireland International PwC Sites Commonly visited PwC sites Global Australia Brazil Canada China Hong Kong France Germany India Italy Japan Mexico Middle East Netherlands Russia Singapore South Africa South Korea Spain Sweden Switzerland United Kingdom United States Complete list of PwC territory sites Buyers Our client wishes to recruit senior and emerging talent to the buying team in a very dynamic high growth business 500m turnover across Ireland and the UK Successful candidates will ideally have experience in sourcing goods and materials from China in addition to a strong track record in vendor management and contract negotiation We are particularly interested in individuals with strong team development and team building skills For further details and a confidential discussion please contact Adrienne Harten Senior Manager PwC Executive Search at adrienne harten ie pwc com or by phone at 353 1 792 7737 People consulting Executive search Reward HR analytics People and change Talent and leadership How can we help Publications Contacts Adrienne Harten Senior Manager Tel 353 1

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  • Our detailed analysis | Irish Budget 2015 - 2016 | Budget | PwC Ireland | Campaigns
    Executive search Ireland International PwC Sites Commonly visited PwC sites Global Australia Brazil Canada China Hong Kong France Germany India Italy Japan Mexico Middle East Netherlands Russia Singapore South Africa South Korea Spain Sweden Switzerland United Kingdom United States Complete list of PwC territory sites Download Budget 2016 analysis Published on 13 Oct 2015 Our specialists take a look at how this year s key Budget developments will affect you

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  • Our live analysis | Irish Budget 2015 - 2016 | Budget | PwC Ireland | Campaigns
    of the 0 15 pension fund levy will be welcomed by the pensions industry but the decision to extend the bank levy for another 5 years indicates that the measure is not regarded as an exceptional crisis measure but a contribution from the banking sector that will be in place for the medium term There was an opportunity in the Budget to make significant improvements to Ireland s offering to attract and retain mobile talent and to put in place a tax regime for entrepreneurs that would compare favourably with those of our competitors While the personal tax changes and entrepreneurial action plan make some positive changes they fall short of what is needed to support key areas such as fintech aircraft leasing and asset management Foreign Direct Investment Harry Harrison T 353 1 792 6646 Email We are reaching a critical juncture in the international tax policy debate with the publication of the final OECD BEPS papers last week The continued enhancement of Ireland s IP and Research Development R D offerings is crucial to maintaining Ireland s competitiveness Against this backdrop the confirmation in Budget 2016 that Ireland will introduce the proposed KDB at the end of this year is a welcome addition to Ireland s suite of offerings However while it is compliant with international guidance it appears that the overall attractiveness of the regime in its current purposed form is likely to be limited from a foreign direct investment perspective Country by Country Reporting Ronan Finn T 353 1 792 6105 Email The new proposals to introduce CbCR if in accordance with the OECD standard will require compliance by Irish parented multinational enterprises with consolidated revenue of 750 million or more CbCR requires organisations to file a template annually with the Irish Revenue authorities for each tax jurisdiction in which they operate containing specific financial data covering the multinational s income taxes and other key measures of economic activity The first CbC reports should be prepared for fiscal years beginning on or after 1 January 2016 and filed within 12 months of the year end A mechanism is also proposed for sharing CbC reports with relevant countries via tax treaties and tax information exchange agreements together with a secondary filing mechanism that will apply in certain circumstances CbCR represents a fundamental change in the quantum and quality of data to be provided to Revenue Property Tim O Rahilly T 353 1 792 6862 Email While the sentiment of today s Budget was largely positive the Minister provided very little in terms of changes to real estate taxes The Minister acknowledged that there is a market failure in the provision of new housing across the country in particular in Dublin and that there is a requirement for a minimum of 10 000 units per annum in Dublin It is disappointing that he did not offer any tax incentives for developers such as a reduction in the VAT rate However this had been rationalised by an ESRI report

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  • Our events | Irish Budget 2015 - 2016 | Budget | PwC Ireland | Campaigns
    careers Executive search Ireland International PwC Sites Commonly visited PwC sites Global Australia Brazil Canada China Hong Kong France Germany India Italy Japan Mexico Middle East Netherlands Russia Singapore South Africa South Korea Spain Sweden Switzerland United Kingdom United States Complete list of PwC territory sites At our Budget briefings our personal and corporate tax specialists looked at how Budget 2016 would affect you and your business Click on the

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  • Budget 2016 Calculate your tax | Irish Budget 2015 - 2016 | Budget | PwC Ireland | Campaigns
    Mexico Middle East Netherlands Russia Singapore South Africa South Korea Spain Sweden Switzerland United Kingdom United States Complete list of PwC territory sites 2016 tax calculator Assumptions Please note results are approximate Due to the complexity of the tax and PRSI rules results are based on a number of tax assumptions As the tax and PRSI rules are complex it has been necessary to make the following assumptions for the Tax Calculator That you are an individual paying tax and PRSI under the PAYE system This calculator is not suitable for persons liable to income tax USC and PRSI as a self employed contributor For the category of married couple with two earners for the purposes of the calculation the salary figures of the spouse should be input separately For other sources of income and benefits in kind the calculator assumes that these income sources are your own income and not jointly earned For the category of married couple with two earners that both spouses are in the same PRSI category For preferential loans that interest is charged on your preferential loan That there are no tax credits available against investment income e g dividend withholding tax Income subject to

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  • Our videos | Irish Budget 2015 - 2016 | Budget | PwC Ireland | Campaigns
    United Kingdom United States Complete list of PwC territory sites Published on 14 Oct 2015 Budget 2016 Our Dublin briefing Budget 2016 achieves a fine balance of economics and politics Overall it sends a strong message of confidence to businesses and households alike allowing them to plan for the future We spoke to attendees at our Dublin briefing to get their views on what Budget means for you and your business Published on 13 Oct 2015 Budget 2016 What it means for your business We take a look at how Budget 2016 affects your business and the domestic economy With lots of pre Budget media coverage focused on giving back did the Government get the balance right between tax cuts expenditure measures and growth stimulation Published on 13 Oct 2015 Budget 2016 What it means for you We take a look at how Budget 2016 affects your business and the domestic economy With lots of pre Budget media coverage focused on giving back did the Government get the balance right between tax cuts expenditure measures and growth stimulation Published on 7 Oct 2015 Budget 2016 Getting the balance right Budget 2016 is viewed as another step towards economic recovery Find out what we expect to see in Budget 2016 and how it might affect you and your business in our pre Budget video Sharing their views with us this year are Austin Hughes Chief Economist KBC Ireland Joe Tynan Head of Tax PwC and Susan Kilty International Tax Partner PwC Published on 8 Oct 2015 Budget 2016 a closer look at Property Construction Sharing their views with us are Ilona McElroy and Graham Owens from PwC s Real Estate team in conversation with Tim O Rahilly PwC Real Estate Partner Published on 8 Oct 2015 Budget 2016 a closer look

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